2008 AJN Book of the Year Award Winner!
A Multidimensional Guide to Reflective and Critical Decision-Making!
Decision-Making in Nursing explores multiple decision-making approaches that teach nursing students and professionals how to be reflective, critical, flexible, and comfortable with the decisions that face them in today’s complex healthcare arena.
Key Features of Decision-Making in Nursing:
Multiple decision-making approaches
How existing evidence affects decision-making
Case study applications in each chapter
Self-reflection threaded throughout the chapters
History and consensus used in decision-making
Chapter 1 – Know Yourself: Reflective Decision-Making
Chapter 2 – Looking Back: History and Decision-Making
Chapter 3 – Right or Wrong: Legal and Ethical Issues and Decision-Making
Chapter 4 – More than Prayer: Spirituality and Decision-Making
Chapter 5 – Roots of our Past: Culture and Decision-Making
Chapter 6 – Who is the Family? Family and Decision Making
Chapter 7 – Influence of Others – Media and Decision-Making
Chapter 8 – Flattening the Field: Group Decision-Making
Chapter 9 – Using Evidence-Based Practice and Decision-Making: Using All Types of Evidence
Chapter 10 – Right on the Money: Economics and Decision-Making
Chapter 11 – Get Involved: Health Policy and Decision-Making